If, for the purpose of the Initial Meeting, your claim was admitted for voting purposes, but for a different 'class' than you had expected, please note that the reclassification does not prejudice or confirm your final classification for claims agreement or distribution purposes.
Due to the high volume of claims received between 15 December 2011 (being the date when notice of the Initial Meeting was given and the claim forms were uploaded to the website) and 6 January 2012 (being the last date for submission of those claim forms for voting purposes) the Special Administrators and their team were unable to undertake a detailed review of each claimants claim. As a basis for establishing an individual's vote value and classification for voting purposes at the Initial Meeting, the Special Administrators relied on the Company's systems records.
The Special Administrators and their team are now progressing a detailed reconciliation exercise of each claimant's claim for distribution purposes. In order to assist the Special Administrators and their team in this exercise, you are requested (if you have not done so already) to submit any supporting evidence to substantiate why you think your claim should be classified as you assert. Supporting evidence could include, for example, your account opening documentation and communication you had with the Company (contracts, emails, etc.) in respect of the type of client you are or any communication which indicates how your account(s) were being held (for example, on a segregated or a non-segregated basis).
The Special Administration team are continuing to review all claims received and Company information in order to finalise each parties’ classification and will confirm this with you at a later date. In the event that it is not possible to do so before any interim distribution is made, please be advised that your claim will not be prejudiced. The Special Administrators will have calculated sufficient reserves so ensure that you will be able to take part in any interim distribution once the status of your claim has been confirmed.